It’s never too early for football recruiting

Anybody that knows about college football knows that recruiting never stops. National Signing Day may still be over nine months away, but the spring is vital for gaining traction with recruits. And not just for the 2015 crop, but players

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Pinkins to Tennessee

Ole Miss basketball assistant Al Pinkins is leaving to join the Tennessee staff of new coach Donnie Tyndall. Pinkins and Tyndall were very close friends when they coached together at Middle Tennessee. Pinkins came to Ole Miss from MTSU where

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Chick-Fil-A Pairings

The Chick-Fil-A folks released the pairings yesterday for their college football coaches charity golf tournament. Hugh Freeze is paired with Nick Saban. We should get a top 10 list of the tempo offense jokes that will come from that grouping

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Confidence in Wallace

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze is confident with the way his quarterback, Bo Wallace, is approaching the off-season. “Best he’s ever been. I think he’s matured. He knows this is the last go-round and seems to be trying to study

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Kiper: Moncrief needs to be more physical to succeed in NFL

In early March ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper thought there was a possibility that Ole Miss wide receiver Donte Moncrief could be picked in the first round. Wednesday, in a media conference call, Kiper projected Moncrief solidly in the second

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Absence of offense

From the Mother Ship, our take on the Rebels’ 8-3 loss to Mississippi State in the Governor’s Cup game. The Rebels got two of the three games that counted most — the SEC series — but the four-game series now

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … SEC football coaches met in Birmingham Tuesday and discussed the possibility of a nine-game conference schedule. That’s still out there but could be coming to a final decision one way or the

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Final: MSU 8, Ole Miss 3

Once is an isolated incident, twice is a trend. The Rebels struggled offensively in Game 3 against LSU and that carried over tonight. The last time these teams played the Rebels manhandled the Bulldogs with 12 runs and 20 hits.

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Golson’s decision

From the Mother Ship, our account of the transfer decision facing Ole Miss offensive lineman Austin Golson. He says it’s not a done deal, but the fact that he’s exploring options means the staff would be wise to start pondering

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Advantage Rebels

Mississippi State coach John Cohen says the advantage belongs to Ole Miss for tonight’s Governor’s Cup game at Trustmark Park in Pearl. Ole Miss won the regular season series against MSU in Starkville. Tonight’s game starts at 6:30. It does

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … The NFL draft is coming up May 8-10, and it appears that Donte Moncrief’s peeps have been working hard on behalf of their client: #OleMiss WR Donte Moncrief has worked out for

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Video Blog: Lee, Massie talk success, matchup with MSU

Ole Miss will return to action on the baseball diamond Tuesday night at Trustmark Park in Pearl. The opponent for the No. 16 Rebels is the final one with the No. 20 Mississippi State Bulldogs in the annual Governor’s Cup

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Rebels Fall

After a 1-2 weekend against LSU, Ole Miss drops three spots to No. 16 in this week’s release of the Baseball America Top 25. BA Top 25

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